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May
29
revised Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
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May
29
comment Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
Si tuviera que saltarla la habría saltado a la cuerda is wrong. And so is your next sentence, which has two mistakes less than the former. But I also had that mistake because I Ctrl+V-ed from the OP. Namely, one doesn't say a la cuerda but la cuerda.
May
29
comment Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
@dockeryz You're right.
May
29
revised Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
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May
29
answered Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
May
29
comment Dormitorio vs recámara vs alcoba vs habitación
@EmilioGort :D ... yo me cuidaría pues eso significaría que no estudió odontología, sino para traductor de series.
May
29
comment Dormitorio vs recámara vs alcoba vs habitación
I'm sorry. It's meaning is cave, but don't use it. It's somehow derogatory for little room, but no body uses it. I added it just for fun.
May
28
comment Dormitorio vs recámara vs alcoba vs habitación
Alcoba sounds 'mamón' ;). In typical translation English to Spanish of series: "ve a tu alcoba" sounds just horrible. And so does rosquilla for donought and dentífrico for pasta de dientes. I cannot stand it. (+1 btw.)
May
28
comment Dormitorio vs recámara vs alcoba vs habitación
missing covacha.
May
20
revised ¿“Dense” o “Dénse”?
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May
20
comment “For today” in Spanish
Being nice here and answering an ill-posed question (in this case asking translations) has two faces: you are being nice to the OP but you are not being nice to us, which want to keep this site running with good quality questions.
May
20
asked ¿“Dense” o “Dénse”?
May
19
comment What is the difference in meaning between: se celebra & celebra?
Indeed the refexive celebra has the effect of a passive voice, but it is not a passive voice.
May
19
reviewed Reviewed What is the difference in meaning between: se celebra & celebra?
May
18
comment How to make (impolite?) suggestions like “How about you don't …”?
@deStrangis excelente sugerencia ;) digo, gramaticalmente.
May
18
answered How to make (impolite?) suggestions like “How about you don't …”?
May
18
revised How to make (impolite?) suggestions like “How about you don't …”?
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May
18
reviewed Looks OK Translation of “bowl”
May
18
comment Translation of “bowl”
That's a good option, actually, the best. But somebody has already answer that. So, if you agree, you should upvote that answer, but not add a new answer repeating information.
May
14
answered ¿Qué se te ofrece?